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CEMEX hosts 2012 breakfast seminars

CONCRETE ENGINEERING

Global building solutions company CEMEX is holding two breakfast seminars with leading designers to discuss ground engineering and structural concrete issues for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.

The free seminars are open to architects, engineers and building managers.

Both seminars will include a prominent profile case study, such as Wembley Stadium, with guest speakers from renowned practices and consultancies.

The seminars will highlight challenges facing construction projects for the 2012 events.

The first seminar, on 19 October at the Building Centre, Store Street, London, will discuss contamination issues, stabilisation, use of hydraulically bound materials and cementbound solutions, illustrated by leading projects including Crossrail and T5. For more information, contact Chris Pickford on tel: 01932 583265.

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